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Rizzio

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David. ?1533--66, Italian musician and courtier who became the secretary and favourite of Mary, Queen of Scots. He was murdered at the instigation of a group of nobles, including Mary's husband, Darnley
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In the Florentine periodical La fortezza (6.2 [1995]) De Caro published (accompanied by his own translation into Italian) an article by Riccio that had appeared in 1932 in the Casa Italiana Bulletin, long overlooked as an important source for the study of intellectual relationships between the United States and Italy in the '30's.
DaDa (Joseph Ziegler), their paterfamilias, shows up with the baby of the family, Des (Philip Riccio), in tow, demanding Michael take him in as well.
Dr Riccio said: ``Priory's new research points to the heart of the issue -- the fact that today, alcohol misuse is an acceptable part of British life.
Riccio's training in dementia management gave her a perspective slightly beyond traditional therapy, as well as an alternative set of resources with which to treat Doris.
(8.) Riccio ML, Franceschini N, Boschi L, Caravelli B, Cornaglia G, Fontana R, et al.
"We vastly exceeded that in 1999, in some degree due to the market's increased appetite for risk, as well as the fallout from the Asian and Russian economic crises," Riccio said.
Riccio expects the port--remade into a mall, five-star hotel, casino, cinema and marina by 2001--to bring in $64 million a year through the shops and day tours that will take tourists to other parts of Venezuela by bus, boat or helicopter.
Estimates of co-morbidity of ADD and learning disability range from approximately 20% (Javorsky, 1996) to approximately 50% (Riccio & Jemison, 1998).
Jim Riccio likes to call nuclear power a "really expensive way to boil water." Riccio is an attorney and researcher for Ralph Nader's group, Public Citizen.
Meanwhile, Wolves are poised to move in for Ibrox 21-year-old Italian defender Luigi Riccio who has been unable to break into the top team.
"The industry is in dire straits," agrees Jim Riccio of Public Citizen.